FaceApp doesn't just add a color to a photo; it can change a user into an entirely different person. Ripa didn't share exactly how she edited the original photo, but that hasn't stopped fans from asking.
The scorned lover also shared his now-ex's texts begging for forgiveness after he caught her kissing another man at a party.
A new study shows the positive impact that a viral selfie can have — namely, raising awareness about important health issues like skin cancer in a relatable, powerful way.
A Facebook post on Funny Nurses is blowing up because of a handsome male nurse pictured wearing maroon scrubs and taking a sultry mirror selfie.
On Sunday, the Gainesville, Fla., Police Department posted a photo on Facebook of three policemen on Hurricane Irma duty. The post was subsequently inundated with 170,000 reactions, 118,000 shares, and 74,000 comments on the men’s appearance.
A woman who hasn’t worn a bikini in more than in a decade proudly wore a two-piece bathing suit on social media in a photo that’s being hailed for her bravery and self-love.
Actress Elizabeth Hurley, who has her own swimwear line, posted a selfie with one of her designs on Instagram to mark National Bikini Day.
Dr. Greenberg thinks “her mother has the agency and responsibility to be setting some limits as to how her daughter represents herself as a model."
U.K. actress, writer, and mother shared a selfie and attached a message about the importance of not altering one's image due to societal pressures.
"Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland posted an Instagram of herself modeling a T-shirt and rumors began that she had anorexia, rumors that she dismissed.
With the influx of heavily retouched photos, filters, and layers of makeup, it's refreshing to see people show a side that's more natural and authentic.
Teacher Caitlin Cormack took to Snapchat to express frustration with students and parents choosing to overspend on prom but not on school supplies or a tutor.
Celebrities were snapped on the red carpet at the 2017 Met Gala debuting eccentric looks and socializing with friends. However, the most interesting photos of the night might have been taken in the most unexpected place — the bathroom.
The Bambi pose has taken over social media. Now, just in time for spring, we have the “Bambi pose,” a new selfie trend that’s gone viral on social media. Women all over Instagram, including celebs such as Bella Hadid and Jordyn Woods, are contorting their bodies into coquettish, childlike poses with splayed legs and lifeless facial expressions.
Women ages 16 to 25 spend more than five hours a week taking selfies. That could be because each time, it takes seven snaps to get the perfect one.
Everyone should be able to feel good in underwear. That's the message Jasmine Grimes, a self-described "plus-size influencer," wants to share.
One New York City restaurant is intent on capturing just that — and the results are hysterical. Le Turtle, a Lower East Side French eatery, is currently showcasing an Instagram series — dubbed #MirrorMonday — in which they upload videos of unsuspecting passersby who take advantage of the restaurant’s two-way mirror for selfies.
Demi Lovato shared a selfie on Instagram in which she wears a sexy jumpsuit, reminding us of Catwoman and Poison Ivy. Combine Catwoman and Poison Ivy, and you’ve got Demi Lovato in an amazing jumpsuit. The singer posted a mirror selfie on Instagram on Feb. 15 in a seriously sexy jumpsuit, and it’s already received almost 2 million likes, becoming one of her most popular selfies to date.
When we think of Tia Mowry, it’s difficult not to reflect back on her adolescent days on the hit sitcom, Sister, Sister, alongside her twin sister, Tamera Mowry. She was always fresh-faced, often with a headful of voluminous, natural curls. But on Tuesday, Tia posted a selfie on Instagram taking pride in her gray hair.
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Super glam, bright, statement makeup might be great for the red carpet or while on stage, but sometimes our favorite stars look their best without a drop of makeup.
Kim K has a whopping 82 million followers on Instagram, but she didn’t build that following on her own. Nope, she gets a little help from her assistant and personal photographer, Stephanie Sheppard.